|A||X||Get comments working again (plannerlove)|
|A||X||Describe the way I keep track of my schedule (plannerlove)|
|A||X||Get rewriting working (plannerlove)|
|B||X||Look up Robert Epstein and strategies for creativity (productivity)|
|B||C||Add en_US to debian/rules for planner : E-Mail from LI Daobing|
If you're shopping for a domain name, check out Netcraft's list of registrars. Thanks to Marc Javellana for the tip! ('course, I read it right after I finished signing up for a domain... ;) )
2. Murphy's Law
Right after I finished setting up plannerlove.com as a coming-of-age gift to myself, I learned that Douglas Johnston is making a website for do-it-yourself planners. Now Douglas Johnston is one of my idols when it comes to organization, and his D.I.Y. Planner series inspired me to go out there and start tweaking my own forms. How can I beat that? Hugely popular, cohesive set of templates, a wiki to support his blog's community... waah. It's enough to make a just-turned-22 girl feel small. But hey, maybe I can still do soft goal analysis--must think of a good way to organize that--and if all else fails, I can always use plannerlove to gush about planner-el... =)
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3. Lasagna in the freezer
Having discovered the joys of being able to pull chicken adobo out of the freezer any time I want to eat, I baked an entire casserole of lasagna this afternoon. Lasagna is another one of those recipes that freeze well.
It never occured to me that cooking and freezing large quantities might be a popular trick, but fortunately Lifehack.org flagged it as a useful tip. Turns out that About.com just posted an article on Once a Month Cooking with loads of useful links, including a recipe selector that puts together a shopping list for you.